Online games are fun, can help us stay social, and improve brain health. So, whether we're toddlers or seniors, they have a useful place in our lives. Here are 3 free online games that are well-suited for older ones.
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Dogs are great companions for seniors. They can reduce loneliness, motivate us to remain active with walks, and they can even help to break the ice when meeting new people. Finding the right dog takes some research so we've developed this list of the top 8 dog breeds to consider.
Learn how you can help keep Austin seniors from falling out of bed and protect your elderly loved one. Check out the video below.
Your senior loved one wants to stay in their own home as long as possible. Unfortunately, there comes a point when their condition has deteriorated to the point that home care is no longer possible. If your senior loved one is experiencing these signs and symptoms, it's time to start considering other options.
When we're young, although we see older people around us, the thought of us personally getting old seems so foreign. However, like it or not, it will happen one day. In the meantime, we might view older ones in our lives as insignificant. However, to be fair, there are some things every young person should know about old people.
Are you a senior who needs help around the house? Perhaps you don't have the option of getting family and friends to help. If you're considering hiring a caregiver, there's much to consider in choosing the right person. Not only will a suitable candidate have the appropriate training and knowledge, their qualifications will include fine personality traits. Consider just 3 that are vital.
The holidays are often a time when you're with your family. If your mom or dad aren't close and you don't have the ability to travel to be with them, it's important to know about other ways to connect. Here are 4 ways to connect with your loved ones from afar.
The holidays are here and out-of-town family members and guests will be arriving soon. This will likely interfere with your senior's routine. While some holiday surprises are nice, for a senior with Alzheimer's or dementia the holidays can be more stressful than happy. What can you as caregiver do to not let the holidays disrupt your senior's routine?